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Millennial and Gen Z women are more likely to ask for pay raises than previous gens. 

Dec 02 2022

Millennial and Gen Z women are more likely to ask for pay raises than previous gens. YPulse’s What’s Next For Work trend report found that salary is by far the most important thing when it comes to Gen Z’s perfect job, and the majority say they deserve to make more money. Specifically, young women in the workplace are not shy to ask for what they want to earn, and new research shows it’s paying off (literally). According to a global survey by HR firm Randstad, Gen Z and Millennial workers “are far more likely to ask for—and expect—pay raises and cost-of-living increases amid raging inflation.” McKinsey’s 2022 Women in the Workplace Study also shows that 66% of women under 30-years-old want to become senior executives. Three-quarters of them say that “flexibility is more important to them now, and 68% say their company’s commitment to well-being matters more than ever before.” (Fast Company)